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The 2013 is yet another emphatic Ernie Els offering, immediately bursting with fig, nettles and a melange of tropical fruit. A twist of passion fruit on the nose leads through to a rich palate and elegant core. Mineral, almost slate-like notes, add depth of complexity to this fruit-driven and yet sophisticated style. The mid-palate shows fine texture and finishes with a zing of green pepper and touch of melon. Already drinking well, this will be best over the next 2 years.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Producer||Ernie Els Wines|
|Pairing||Grilled fish dishes|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
The grapes were harvested from individually selected, low yielding vines from three different appellations: Durbanville, Lamberts Bay and Lutzville. Each viticulture area gives its own unique flavor profile to the final blend. Wine was mainly sourced from cooler coastal regions
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